Kogo, also referred to as Bakoko and  Basoo, is a  Bantu language of Cameroon. North and South Kogo are as distinct from each other as they are from Basaa; they might be considered three dialects of a single language.
Kogo uses the
Latin script. Its alphabet is based on the  General Alphabet of Cameroon Languages and consists of 7 vowels and 20 consonants. 
Letters ( upper case) A
Letters ( lower case) a
Lord's Prayer in Kogo and English:
A Tanè waha Nyo alè a lo'o. Djo'o djo libè la ébégè.
Likaniè djo lisso. Nsom wo a bonbè assi aka alè alo'o.
Ti bèhè lidi djaha livi olo vilèn la lilakè li bèhè mibé maha.
Aka bèhè ki binga la'akè bang binga alyè bèhè.
Our Father in heaven, hallowed be Your name.
Your kingdom come, your will be done, on earth, as it is in heaven.
Give us this day our daily bread, and forgive us our debts, as we also have forgiven our debtors.
And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. [Matthew 6:9–13] References
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Kogo at (18th ed., 2015) Ethnologue
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New Updated Guthrie List Online
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"Bakoko Orthography Guide" (PDF). silcam.org . Retrieved . March 2, 2018
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"Bakoko Language Sample". language-museum.com . Retrieved . March 2, 2018 Languages
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